Is There a Boy Scout Badge for Nabbing Trailer Thieves?

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Jeez, no one is safe from the sticky-fingered these days, not even Garden Grove Boy Scout Troop 75.

The troop's 2005, dark-blue, enclosed 15-foot trailer, which was secured in the First Presbyterian Church parking lot with a cable through the tandem wheels and axle, has been stolen, as has the $5,000 worth of camping equipment (20 new Coleman tents, six propane tanks, pop-up shelters, lanterns and kitchen camping gear) that was inside.

You can't miss the trailer; check it out:

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Courtesy of Garden Grove Police Department
On the dark-blue background on the sides are large, red letters stating, "Troop 75." On its back double doors, in white letters, are the names of the 110 Eagle Scouts who have emerged from Troop 75 over the past 52 years.

Garden Grove Police believe the trailer was removed from the church lot at 11832 Euclid St. in the overnight hours last Friday.

Know something that might help cops find the trailer and nab its snatcher? Call GGPD at (714) 741-5704 or Auto Theft Investigator Rafael Loera at (714) 741-5842.
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996699

A company has a new ground breaking product that will help stop a runaway trailer and at the same time PREVENT these trailers from being stolen. Wake up this is happening all over the United States...

Christianne Laliberté, Administration Director

Mail.: claliberte@bromerinc.com

Web site.: www.bromerinc.com

Tel.: 1-450-477-6682 poste: 224

Fax.: 1-450-477-9679

996699
996699

A company has a new ground breaking product that will help stop a runaway trailer and at the same time PREVENT these trailers from being stolen. Wake up this is happening all over the United States...

Christianne Laliberté, Administration Director

Mail.: claliberte@bromerinc.com

Web site.: www.bromerinc.com

Tel.: 1-450-477-6682 poste: 224

Fax.: 1-450-477-9679

macdoodle
macdoodle

very sad -unless that stuff goes to some of OC's 5600 homeless vets.( not that i condone it)

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